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This project—the JAMES (Joining Across Miles Environmental Systems)—gave high school students the chance to do research involving technology and integrated science and allowed university science methods students the chance to gain experience working with high school students. Overall, this project demonstrates the importance of collaboration enhancing the learning environment of K-12 and university students and their instructors.
A selection from The Science Teacher – September 2000
Students in both college and high school collected the same data at locations along the James River and communicated their data to each other in a joint project called the “Joining Across
Miles Environmental Systems, the JAMES Project.” Students at each site analyzed the data over a period of time. This article provides an insight to how a collaborative project between different institutions can be conducted through the use of technology.
Adah (San Antonio, TX)
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